I started in the ground floor Sculpture Gallery, looking at Tang carving.
A head of a buddha:-
A small figure accompanying a buddha:-
An amazing wooden head:-
I liked this ceramic official:-
And a Maid-Servant:-
Upstairs, I looked at the prehistoric pottery.
A red pottery jar (6,000 BC):-
A Fu (c.4800 BC):-
A much later yellow glazed pot:-
On the third floor is the Chinese painting.
A view of Hexi Cottage, which belonged to Gu Ying:-
This is a landscape so precisely dated to 1371 when the artist, Gu Yuan, was fifty one:-
I like the picture of someone coming back from a fishing trip:-
Willow Trees at the Gate (1562):-
By now, I was suffering from the most severe museum fatigue. It was time for lunch.